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It’s also unclear why Trump would be showing a week-old projection during Wednesday's “update.”
Trump’s conspicuous absence was emblematic of an awkward weekend for the president.
While White House representatives promote coal and other fossil fuels at COP 24 talks in Poland, “We Are Still In,” a coalition that includes more than 3,600 representatives from all 50 states, remains committed to supporting the Paris Agreement.
They want to do something about climate change, and they're winning in court.
China published more scientific papers than the U.S. in 2016, a sign, researchers say, of China’s remarkable growth in the field.
The climate is changing and the cost of denial is too high.
Under Trump’s five-year drilling plan, oil and gas companies will be able to purchase drilling rights in 47 regions in the three oceans, as well as the Gulf of Mexico, between 2019 and 2024.
Climate change is flooding this island, but they voted for Trump anyway.